Inclusive societies in an ageing context:
In 2002, the United Nations (UN) adopted the slogan “Towards a society for all ages.” Almost 20 years later, and more than 70 years after the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the attainment of an inclusive society is still a distant dream.
This pursuit of an inclusive society is not limited to ageing but involves concepts and attitudes towards diversity in modern societies. Thus, the call for papers for the 6th International Reiactis Conference is open to any aspect of the cumulative process of exclusion/integration that overlaps with ageing, such as gender, disability, ethnic origin or socio-economic level.
FULL CALL FOR PAPERS ATTACHED.
- Inclusive society: cross-cutting concepts and theoretical issues
- Theme 1: Inclusion and the life course
- Theme 2: Inclusive society and environmental perspectives
- Theme 3: Inclusive society, citizenship and social participation
- Proposals for individual papers should be no longer than 5,000 characters, including spaces.
- Proposals for the roundtable (3 to 4 speakers at most) should be no longer than 4,000 characters each, including spaces, and a summary of 2,000 characters, including spaces.
- Proposals for a poster should be no longer than 5,000 characters, including spaces.